4 edition of Sociolinguistic variation in contemporary French found in the catalog.
Sociolinguistic variation in contemporary French
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kate Beeching, Nigel R. Armstrong and Françoise Gadet.|
|Series||Impact, studies in language and society -- v. 26|
|Contributions||Beeching, Kate., Armstrong, Nigel., Gadet, Françoise.|
|LC Classifications||PC2074.75 .S63 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009023931|
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The acquisition of stylistic features of French figures in chapters on both first and second language learners and variation across different genres is addressed with respect to non-standard non-finite forms. Finally, a section on semantic change traces the way that interactional and other socio-historical factors affect word meaning.
The acquisition of stylistic features of French figures in chapters on both first and second language learners and variation across different genres is addressed with respect to non-standard non-finite forms. Sociolinguistic Variation in Contemporary French | Edited by Kate Beeching, Nigel Armstrong and Françoise Gadet Divided into three main sections on Phonology, Syntax and Semantics, this volume on variation in French aims to provide a snapshot of the state of sociolinguistic research inside and outside metropolitan : This book deals with the ways in which French is used in different circumstances and settings in France and abroad, with the language attitudes of French speakers and with language policy.
It is concerned to examine not only the linguistic data, but also the social, political and economic environment in which contemporary French is by: Introduction \/ Fran\u00E7oise Gadet -- Variation in first and second language French: the case of parce que \/ Mireille Bilger and Henry Tyne -- French preadolescents\' perceptions of stylistic variation: a contrastive sociolinguistic study \/ Laurence Buson -- Sociolinguistic variation in African French: the Ivorian relative clause \/ Anne.
Sociolinguistic Variation in Contemporary French (IMPACT Series) edited by Kate Beeching, Nigel Armstrong and Françoise Gadet Zsuzsanna Fagyal Department of French University of Illinois at Urbana‐Champaign B FLB, South Mathews Avenue Urbana, IL U.S.A.
[email protected]: Zsuzsanna Fagyal. OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xi, pages). Contents: Phonological variation and leveling. Introduction / Nigel Sociolinguistic variation in contemporary French book --Perception and production in French dialect leveling / Nigel Armstrong and ZoÃ«Boughton --The sociolinguistic relevance of regional categories: some evidence from word-final consonant devoicing in French spoken in.
Written entirely in English, the volume allows scholars of sociolinguistic variation access to work which might otherwise appear only in French and was reviewed as “ a most valuable mise au point on the variability of contemporary French, synthesising French and Anglo-American methods and perceptions in a highly creative way” (Anthony Lodge, St.
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